An RV’s climate control is different and considered more advantageous for your comfort during travel compared to the conventional system that typical cars have.
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An RV’s climate control is different and considered more advantageous for your comfort during travel
compared to the conventional system that typical cars have. It is easily adjustable to keep you
comfortable no matter where you go, especially when you go places with colder temperatures or
climates. An RV furnace typically runs on propane, but more RV owners are replacing their propane
heaters with electric furnaces for a more efficient way to achieve comfort. An electric-powered RV
furnace is designed to be clean-burning and capable of operating efficiently.
Electricity is often cheaper compared to propane when used in an RV, especially if your site offers free
power or a reasonable charge. The idea is to calculate how much you would spend for electricity and
propane, so you can make an informed decision on which type of power will enable you to save more.
If an electric RV furnace is ideal for your situation, you will find it more efficient and suitable for
keeping your living spaces comfortable and warm. Electric furnaces are typically specialized in
providing heat, so they only heat a specific area instead of the entire cabin.
The box-style heater is the most common type of electric RV furnace. It has a ceramic heating
element, and a fan to push the generated heat outwards. When choosing one, be sure to read the
specifications and determine the wattage to be confident in its performance and to ensure that you
are investing in an efficient heating system. Most RV furnaces come with 500 to 1500 wattage. The
lower the number, the longer it will take for the furnace to heat a small area. Hence, it makes sense to
consider a powerful heater, while considering the size of your RV and its living spaces, too.
Another type of RV furnace is the electric wall heater, which is installed within the wall. It lets you
install several vents throughout the RV, like you would with a ducted propane furnace. Infrared or
radiant electric heaters create infrared heat, which your body absorbs without heating the
surrounding air. They are typically quiet and ideal for focusing heat.
An RV furnace is more portable, too, and it comes with built-in safety devices that prevent the unit
from tipping over or overheating. Consider buying a high-quality RV furnace that produces minimal
noise and set it up in an area where it is not likely to be touched or bumped. Look up product reviews
to be sure about the product you are buying. Reading customer testimonials is a good way to learn
more about the actual performance of an RV heater.